By: John Mendelsohn and Selma el Obeid
176 pages, Col photos
Describes the birth, passage and ending of the Okavango river system. It traces the river from its source in the remote high-rainfall areas of south-eastern Angola, through the increasingly dry environments of Namibia and Botswana, and finally to the famous Okavango Delta. The book describes the people, animals and plants, farming and other economic activities along the banks of this great river.
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